Princess Marie opens the Christmas Bazaar of the Danish Church in Paris

Today, Princess Marie officially opened the Christmas Bazaar of Frederikskirken – The Danish Church in Paris. Read more below.

Princess Marie undertook one of her last events of the year as she opened the Christmas Bazaar of the Danish Church in Paris. Frederikskirken is a Danish church in the center of Paris. The church was named after Frederick 9, who inaugurated the church on April 24, 1955, with Queen Ingrid.

The Frederikskirkens Christmas Bazaar will be held this year from Friday 29 November to Sunday 1 December 2019. The whole church is transformed into one big Christmas market, where visitors will be able to buy everything they need to spend a Danish Christmas in France! 

During her visit, Princess Marie said: “I am very pleased and thank you for the invitation to come here today. I know that the church’s Christmas bazaar is a very important event for the church and its guests, but also for the many who volunteer. And without your great effort, the Christmas bazaar would not be possible. Thank you so much, you make a huge difference.I look forward to experiencing the Christmas mood and wish you all a good day and a good Christmas sale.”

Marie wore her Goat Redgrave nude coat with a red turtleneck dress which looks new to me.

© Goat Fashion

She paired the outfit with her Christian Louboutin pumps and her Tod’s two-tone bag.

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3 thoughts on “Princess Marie opens the Christmas Bazaar of the Danish Church in Paris

  1. The Princess looked lovely. The Goat coat is beautiful, so chic. Red t/neck dress underneath perfect. Love the colour of her accessories.


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